ellipses ellipses


  • (n) omission or suppression of parts of words or sentences


  1. Val Kilmer talks in ellipses.
  2. The ellipses were steel plates, 13-ft.
  3. But there may be art in these ellipses.


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    Available for InduSoft Web Studio 7.1, Service Pack 2 provides native support of HTML5 screens and animation for multiple devices and platforms, including Safari and Chrome browsers. Users can create screens once using standard screen editor, then deploy screens across multiple operating systems. Program also supports native shapes such as lines, rectangles, polygons, and ellipses, and provides ...
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  1. "We just couldn't get it going," Azubuike said. "They're just a really good team. (ellipses here) The shot selection wasn't too"
    on Dec 22, 2008 By: Kelenna Azubuike Source: San Jose Mercury News

  2. "Right now (ellipses) he's having a hard time," Adelman said. "On the floor, we would play pick-and-roll, it used to be something he could do so easily, but right now, they're just jumping so hard so it's tough to come off and find people he...
    on Nov 19, 2008 By: Rick Adelman Source: Houston Chronicle

  3. "My knee is about 75, 80 percent right now," McGrady said. "It took longer than expected. I was expecting to recover 100 percent in four months, but (ellipses) the doctor told me it would be six months or even more. My shoulder had after...
    on Sep 29, 2008 By: Tracy McGrady Source: Houston Chronicle

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